Bring a friend to the game on Saturday!
That’s the message from the club ahead of the home game against Alfreton at Blackwell Meadows.
Quakers have won both their games so far in the league in thrilling fashion, beating their promotion rivals Salford away from by 2-0, and then on Wednesday they beat Gainsborough Trinity 4-3 at Blackwell Meadows.
They’ve scored six goals so far, with five different players getting on the scoresheet so that’s not a bad start to the season.
Manager Martin Gray said; “I think we’ve played some exciting football at a fast tempo so far this season, and we’ve created plenty of chances, especially on Tuesday night against Gainsborough.
“We’re very determined to win promotion out of this league this season, and we need as many people to support us along the way.”
Alfreton beat newly promoted Blyth Spartans last weekend, before defeat at Boston United on Tuesday night.
Quakers and Alfreton met early last season at Heritage Park when a poor defensive display led to a 4-3 defeat for Quakers. Josh Gillies scored two wonderful free-kicks, but it was not enough to earn a point. In the reverse fixture Gillies was again on target along with goals from Nathan Cartman and Terry Galbraith when Quakers won 3-0 at Alfreton.
They finished last season in 18th place, but were never in serious danger of being relegated.
Kick off on Saturday is 3:00pm, updates on the game will be made from the club’s Facebook, Twitter and Website. Live Commentary will be broadcast from Darlo Fans Radio at 2:50pm.